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2-Count Nexcare Gentle Paper First Aid Tape (1" x 10 yds) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2-Count Nexcare Gentle Paper First Aid Tape (1" x 10 yds) for $1.95. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Walmart also has 2-Count Nexcare Gentle Paper First Aid Tape (1" x 10 yds) for $1.95. Shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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  • A lightweight, breathable paper tape ideal for securing bandages or dressings that must be changed frequently
  • The #1 paper tape in hospitals. Hospital brand - Micropore Surgical Tape. Nexcare Gentle Paper Tape treats your delicate skin with the respect it deserves, with a gentle adhesive formulation that aims to be non irritating for frequent gauze changes
  • This medical tape is easy to apply and can be removed with minimal skin trauma or discomfort
  • Whether you're post surgery or nursing a wound, use Nexcare Gentle Paper Tape
  • From the #1 leader in U.S. hospital tapes Ideal for securing gauze and dressings Adhesive sticks to wet, damp skin

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Count Nexcare Gentle Paper First Aid Tape (1" x 10 yds) for $1.95. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. > Usually ships within 8 days

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These work incredibly well for after surgery care. It's paper thin, easy to rip off a sheet, but they hold on very tight
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Quote from Cookieless :
These work incredibly well for after surgery care. It's paper thin, easy to rip off a sheet, but they hold on very tight
Do you put them over stiches?
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Quote from Swampthinq :
Do you put them over stiches?
i don't think that would be recommended as it could tear the stitches when removing the tape
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Quote from Swampthinq :
Do you put them over stiches?
No. It would hurt.

I used a gauze over my stitching, then the tape to hold the gauze in place
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+1 inoculating jars
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Let's my skin breathe without losing its protective ability. Would be lost without it.
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anyone also use bandaid cloth tape? how does it compare?

another useful thing for this is bug bites, just put a tiny square over the bite and you'll stop feeling the itch and won't scratch it
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/r/UncleBens should be excited about this.
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Also one of the best anti-blister preventative treatments.

They learned w/ ultrarunners, if you apply paper tape to hot spots, a significant amount of testers suffered no blisters during extreme conditions.
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They have Equate brand 6/1.00 if you have a Real Deals dollar store.
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Thanks OP. Need this for my mother. Ordered 2.
Reps/TU.
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Great for taping toes and fingers when broken. LOL Yup happens here a lot.
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Great for taping your mouth shut when sleeping. Yes, it's a thing and it changed my life after reading the book Breathe by James Nestor...
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